Bau Truong is a well known Vietnamese restaurant located right in the heart of Cabramatta’s shopping precinct. Serving tasty, fresh meals, the menu list is extensive covering almost ten condensed pages. All five dishes sampled at lunch were delicious, with the goat curry, beef noodle soup (Pho) and salt and pepper squid particularly standing out. Bau Truong also has outlets in suburbs Canley Vale and Marrickville.
While in Cabramatta, it is worth exploring this very interesting area where Vietnamese people have brought their own style of food and retail to Australia. It is an area where a spirit of peacefulness and acceptance prevails. This inclusion of other cultures is one of the greatest assets Australia possess and it has created an incredibly broad food offering.
Notes: Cabramatta is located 30 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district. It’s population demographics are reflected in the many Vietnamese-owned and Chinese-owned businesses in the area, with increasing numbers of Thai, Lao, Macedonian, Italian and Cambodian businesses also present. Cabramatta features one of Australia’s largest multicultural restaurant and shopping precincts. There are a large number of restaurants with Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese cuisines.
Above text extracted from Wikipedia.